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Making a Difference with Children and Families

Re-imagining the Role of the Practitioner

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Red Globe Press

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23 June 2020

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This textbook explores the changing children, young people and families (CYPF) landscape and the varied roles within that landscape. It considers the question of what are the essential skills and qualities for working with...

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This textbook explores the changing children, young people and families (CYPF) landscape and the varied roles within that landscape. It considers the question of what are the essential skills and qualities for working with children and families today. It   provides practitioners and students with opportunities to reflect upon what it means to be an effective practitioner, through the exploration of theoretical material and practice case studies from a range of professional disciplines.    

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A focus transferable qualities and skills to cater for the trend of there being more generically skilled practitioners

Covers extended provision of working with children of a 0-19 age range, more in line with current working practice, as oppose to 0-7 as in the past

Case studies are developed in partnership with practitioners currently working within the fields to ensure that the content is relevant and up to date

The Empathic and Compassionate Practitioner
The Engaging and Empowering Practitioner
The Resilient and Self-Efficacious Practitioner
The Practitioner as Advocate
The Practitioner as a Leader and Agent of Change
The Emotionally Intelligent Practitioner
The Communicating and Collaborating Practitioner
The Creative and Problem-Solving Practitioner
The Reflective and Ethical Practitioner
The Inclusive, Hope-inspiring Practitioner
The Importance of Practitioner Self-care
The Continually Developing Practitioner

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Angela Hodgkins, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader ( Integrated Working with Children and Families), University of Worcester, UK

Alison Prowle, Senior Lecturer in Centre for Children & Families, University of Worcester, UK  


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Angela Hodgkins, Senior Lecturer and Course Leader ( Integrated Working with Children and Families), University of Worcester, UK

Alison Prowle, Senior Lecturer in Centre for Children & Families, University of Worcester, UK  


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